The Dublin City Council public consultation ahead of Councillor’s decision to vary the Local Property Tax rate for 2022 is underway.
Under Section 20 of the Finance (Local Property Tax) Act 2012, Local Authorities have the power to vary the basic rate of Local Property Tax you pay by plus or minus 15%. Your City Councillors, following the introduction of changes to the LPT system by the Minister for Finance, will meet in late July to determine whether householders within the Dublin City Council area will pay the same amount of LPT as they did last year or increase the rate payable for 2022.
That’s why this public consultation is important. The results and the evidence gathered through the consultation must be presented to Councillors at our statutory meeting next month along with a recommendation of the Chief Executive in terms of the LPT rate for 2022. So please, take this opportunity to have your say. You’ll need no more than 5 minutes to take the survey available online at https://bit.ly/2SBJHyK. The consultation ends on July 9th next.
For more information on this public consultation and the decision to be taken by City Councillors on the 2022 LPT rate, please email me at RayMcAdam@gmail.com.
Arbour Hill, Ballybough, Broadstone, Church Street, City Centre, Clonliffe Road, Constitution Hill, Drumcondra, Dublin City Council, East Wall, Fine Gael, Grangegorman, Markets, Montpelier, North Circular Road, North Strand, North Wall, Quays, Rathdown Road, Smithfield, Stoneybatter
Fine Gael Councillor - North Inner City
Leader, Fine Gael, Dublin City Council
Chair, Urban Form & Planning Strategic Policy Committee